New developments in artificial intelligence are making some educators wary of how technology will transform school assignments and learning. The new artificial intelligence, or AI, tool from OpenAI, ChatGPT, has the ability to generate text with different, lifelike human voices and tone, depending on what you ask it, allowing anyone to produce essays, scripts or even poetry without offering more than an initial basic prompt. Adam Barham, a reporter for PBS Student Reporting Labs, offers his take on this new technology and its impact on education.
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